We encourage you to seek help if you are upset or worried about something. We believe that
- We all have the right to feel safe all of the time
- We can talk with someone about anything, even if it feels awful or small
We all work together at Kettering Science Academy to help with any problems you may have in or out of school.
There are a number of ways you can seek help if you are worried:
- You have a tutor who you meet every day
- You can email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of staff will speak to you
- There is an anti-bullying letterbox in the library where you can leave a message
- The school has 20 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors trained as part of “The Diana Award - Anti-Bullying Ambassador” programme. Look here for more information.
- The Student Support Officers are also available in their office throughout the day
- The NHS School Nurse holds a drop in every Monday lunchtime in the Safeguarding Office
- You have a Head of Year who you can speak to
- The school has a full time Safeguarding Officer, Mrs Stevens.
- Some of you have a Learning Mentor or member of the SEN Team you can seek support from
- Drugs/Alcohol information lunchtime every 2nd Tuesday of the month near the Small Lecture Theatre
- Get friendly and helpful advice by texting the NHS School Nurse on 07507 329 600
- Chat Live to CAMHS live at www.nhft.nhs.uk/CAMHSLIVE
Outside of school you can seek advice from:
- https://www.childline.org.uk/ or telephone 0800 1111
Please speak to someone – together we will do what we can to help.